July 8th-10th 2021
Cathal O'DonoghueNational University of Ireland Galway, Ireland
Cathal O’Donoghue has been from 2016, the Established Chair of Social and Public Policy at NUI Galway. From 2016-2020, he was the Dean of Arts and Social Sciences. He was a member of the Fund Council of the CGIAR.
From 2012-2014, he was CEO of the Irish Government's Commission for the Economic Development of Rural Areas 2012-2014, Chairman of the Irish Sport Horse Strategy Committee 2013-2015, was President of the International Microsimulation Association 2011-2015
Clemens OhlertOffice of the German Minimum Wage Commission / Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
I'm a researcher at the Office of the German Minimum Wage Commission. My interest is on effects on the minimum wage on earnings and working time as well as on firms' reactions to the minimum wage. Further I'm interested in gender inequalites in the labour market and in the impact of technological change on low wage workers.
Researcher at LISER, and Professor of Economics at PUCP. PhD in economics at KU Leuven, MSc in Economics at U Essex. Research interests: public economics, economic inequality, attitudes towards redistribution, pensions, inter-generational transfers, ageing.
Cristina Elisa OrsoUniversity of Verona
Eduardo Ortiz-JuarezKing’s College London
I'm an Economist at King’s College London, with interests in the study of poverty, inequalities, human development and social policies. I have done extensive consultancy work for the World Bank, IADB, UNU-WIDER, among others, and also worked as Senior Economist at UNDP Latin America.